Daruma Ken

Daruma Ken was opened in 1947, right after World War II, as a booth shop in Sapporo city, Hokkaido prefecture. The noodle that was created by the first owner got a good reputation in Sapporo, and it became a foundation of “Sapporo ramen”, which still has a firmly rooted popularity. Since the ramen was very good, it started getting orders not only from Hokkaido, but also from all over Japan. The most popular dish of Daruma Ken is Shoyu (soy source) ramen. The noodles which goes down well are in a clear soup, and there is “Datemaki”, baked egg with minced fish on top. The taste which has stayed constant has attracted customers for 70 years.

Address
Shin 2 Joshijonai, 1, Minami 3 Johigashi, Chuo-ku, Sapporo-shi, Hokkaido
Contact No.
+81-11-251-8224
Access
8-min walk from Odori Station on Subway Nanboku Line, Tozai Line and Toho Line
Opening Hours / Holidays
11:00‐17:00
Closed: Thursdays
Official Website
http://www.darumaken.com/index.html
Other Information
Average budget (one person): up to 1,000 yen Menu: Shoyu ramen 630 yen, Curry rice 630 yen

※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.

Source:食べログ

Traditional taste maintained since the opening

They use good quality “Kansui”, alkaline preparations for Chinese noodles, and flour for their noodles, and the ingredients for soup stock such as pork bones, sea cabbage and chicken bones are all produced in Japan. They use only carefully chosen ingredients since the shop was opened. They still make their noodles with a wooden machine which maintains the distinctive chewy texture and feels smooth as it goes down one’s throat.

Source:食べログ

Incredible ramen loved for more than half a century

Their classic dish is Shoyu ramen (630 yen). The springy textured noodles hold the light tasty soup. The faintly sweet Datemaki is a perfect palate cleanser. This is the incredible ramen which makes you want to drink all of the soup.

Source:食べログ

Curry made using ramen soup

The secret popular dish among regular customers is “Curry rice” (630 yen). The curry roux uses ramen soup as a base and the simple ingredients such as pork and onions to create a rich taste with mild sweetness. It will make you want to have it once again. They also have the combo of ramen and mini curry limited to only 10 sets a day.

Source:食べログ

Daruma Ken

Daruma Ken was opened in 1947, right after World War II, as a booth shop in Sapporo city, Hokkaido prefecture. The noodle that was created by the first owner got a good reputation in Sapporo, and it became a foundation of “Sapporo ramen”, which still has a firmly rooted popularity. Since the ramen was very good, it started getting orders not only from Hokkaido, but also from all over Japan. The most popular dish of Daruma Ken is Shoyu (soy source) ramen. The noodles which goes down well are in a clear soup, and there is “Datemaki”, baked egg with minced fish on top. The taste which has stayed constant has attracted customers for 70 years.

※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.

Source:食べログ

Traditional taste maintained since the opening

They use good quality “Kansui”, alkaline preparations for Chinese noodles, and flour for their noodles, and the ingredients for soup stock such as pork bones, sea cabbage and chicken bones are all produced in Japan. They use only carefully chosen ingredients since the shop was opened. They still make their noodles with a wooden machine which maintains the distinctive chewy texture and feels smooth as it goes down one’s throat.

Source:食べログ

Incredible ramen loved for more than half a century

Their classic dish is Shoyu ramen (630 yen). The springy textured noodles hold the light tasty soup. The faintly sweet Datemaki is a perfect palate cleanser. This is the incredible ramen which makes you want to drink all of the soup.

Source:食べログ

Curry made using ramen soup

The secret popular dish among regular customers is “Curry rice” (630 yen). The curry roux uses ramen soup as a base and the simple ingredients such as pork and onions to create a rich taste with mild sweetness. It will make you want to have it once again. They also have the combo of ramen and mini curry limited to only 10 sets a day.

Source:食べログ

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